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ARTS 316 - Photography II

(3 credits)
Prerequisite: ARTS 104 and ARTS 125 and ARTS 130 and ARTS 140 and ARTS 216 and ARTS 217; and either ARTH 103 or ARTH 104; or consent of instructor
Students work to develop a fine art portfolio of conceptually thematic and expressive photography. The course emphasizes aesthetics, conceptual development and technical precision in both analog and digital photography. Students are introduced to a wide variety of contemporary fine art photographers. Students learn print matting/mounting, fine darkroom printing with fiber-based paper and archival digital printing. Students utilize lighting techniques for fine art or commercial photography. Students learn to use large format cameras. Students must provide a digital or film camera with manual features. A tripod and cable release are suggested. Meets six hours weekly. Offered annually. Additional fee required.